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Sampath Bank and Micro Cars launch 3 month leasing promotion

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From left: Micro Cars General Manager Dhammika Goonewardena, Micro Cars Director  Marketing Ruvindu Guneratne, Sampath Bank Consumer Banking Senior Deputy General Manager Tharaka Ranwala, Sampath Bank Banking Branch Deputy General Manager Thusitha Nakandala and Sampath Bank Head of Marketing Nadi B. Dharmasiri


  • Offer special discounts on selected models, attractive interest rates and a host of other benefits


Sampath Bank PLC joined hands with Micro Cars Ltd. to offer special leasing packages on brand new Micro, Geely, BAIC, SsangYong and MG passenger vehicles from 13 December 2018 to 13 March.

Customers can avail a host of benefits including special discounted leasing rates on selected models. Furthermore, they will also be eligible to obtain a Sampath Bank credit card without any joining fee. 

“We are excited to partner with Sampath Bank, a likeminded partner working on making owning a vehicle more accessible to more Sri Lankans,” said Micro Cars Ltd. Director Marketing Ruvnidu Gunaratne. “The unmatched leasing rates together with the host of other benefits on offer add to the appeal of our vehicles. We look forward to seeing consumers avail this opportunity.”

“We are delighted to join hands with Micro Cars, a company that is equally committed to making owning cars more affordable for our fellow Sri Lankans. This three-month promotion will see us offering special leasing packages with some of the most attractive interest rates available in the market, together with several other exceptional benefits. We invite consumers to avail these irresistible deals and realise their dream of owning a vehicle,” said Sampath Bank Senior Deputy General Manager – Consumer Banking Tharaka Ranwala.

Micro Cars Ltd., inaugurated in 1995 as truly a home-grown automobile manufacturer, has grown from strength to strength over the last two decades. Today it has become one of the significant players in the Sri Lankan automobile industry. Having diversified into a group of companies with Transmec International, Micro Construction, Fujitec Lanka, Superlative Properties and EuroSports Auto (franchisee of Lamborghini and many other luxury automobile brands), the company provides employment opportunities to more than one thousand people. Micro Cars operates 11 branches and 48 after sales service centres island-wide.

Established in 1987, Sampath Bank has become a state-of-the-art leasing provider that continues to be a market leader today thanks to their constant innovation and customer focused approach to business. Their unique tailor-made solutions, convenience of access and customised payment plans have allowed Sampath Bank to further differentiate themselves from the competition and made them the leasing provider of choice for many in Sri Lanka.

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